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ABOUT RAJAULI

Rajauli is a City inRajauli Block in Nawada District of Bihar State, India , and Its also calledSubdivisional Rajauli.  It belongs to Magadh Division . It is located 30KM towards South from District head quarters Nawada. It is a Block headquarter. Rajauli is situated besides the river of Dhanrjay nadi, onNational Highway 31(India).

Rajauli Pin code is 805125 and postal head office is Rajauli .

Nearest place FromRajauli : Simarkol (6.5 KM),Dhamni ( 5 KM ) , Bahadurpur ( 4 KM ) , Fatehpur (15 KM ) , Chitarkoli ( 6 KM)are the nearby Villages to Rajauli. Rajauli is surrounded by Sirdala Blocktowards west , Akbarpur Block towards North , Narhat Block towards North ,Mescaur Block towards west . 

Hisua , Jhumri Tilaiya , Nawada , Warisaliganj are the nearbyCities to Rajauli. 

LANGUAGES :-

Hindi is the principle language of this region. However other thanthat, people in different areas follow different dialects. Magahi is one of theprime dialect/language spoken in the area.

SWEETS :-

BALUSAHI IS MOST FAMOUS DISH IN RAJAULI(NATIONAL SWEET OF RAJAULI ).

HOW TO REACH RAJAULI

BY RAIL & BUS :-

Thereis no railway station near to Rajauli in less than 10 km. Koderma RailWayStation 30 KM(near to Jhumri Tilaiya) , , Nawadah Rail Way Station 28 KM(nearto Nawada) are the Rail way stations reachable from near by towns. How everGaya Jn Rail Way Station is major railway station 61 KM near to Rajauli ,and Patna Railway Station 115 KM. near to Rajauli .

 ·         Nearest airport Gaya Airport, AndPatna Airport.

Agriculture:-

·        Accumulation of rain orflood water over a considerable part of the district makes the land fit forPaddy cultivation. Principle crops are paddy, wheat, gram, maze, arhar,khesari, peas, sugarcane, potatoes, chillies, mung.Rice is the important cropof Rajauli. Aghani or Winter Rice is usually cultivated on low-land,

Geography :-

Forests

·        Rajauli was once abodeto monsoon and prairie forest. The principal trees were sakhua, paisar, khair,Shisham, parmi, salaiya simar, kendu, and Peepal. The forest and wild life havealmost completely disappeared now.